Walid Bin Attash posing for the International Red Cross in 2012 in a photo released to his family by the Guantánamo detention center. Monday, he asked to function as his own attorney and hold a closed session on a matter of privilege.
Walid Bin Attash posing for the International Red Cross in 2012 in a photo released to his family by the Guantánamo detention center. Monday, he asked to function as his own attorney and hold a closed session on a matter of privilege. © Private
Walid Bin Attash posing for the International Red Cross in 2012 in a photo released to his family by the Guantánamo detention center. Monday, he asked to function as his own attorney and hold a closed session on a matter of privilege. © Private

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